Caring for the environment is something that should concern us all, since it is a reality that endangers our health and even our existence on the planet where we live. Teaching children to take care of the environment around them is essential. And, as always, the best way to transmit learning to the little ones is through fun activities.
Many parents confuse a cold with the flu because many of the symptoms are similar. However, they are totally different diseases and we must learn to differentiate them. In both there are symptoms such as headache or fever, but both have some peculiarities that distinguish one from the other.
How can we parents prevent children from being afraid? When are children's fears considered a problem? How does the media influence the acquisition of children's fears? The psychologist Silvia Alava, specialist in Child Psychology, explains to us when children's fears are a cause for concern and how we can help them overcome them.
Any father or mother who has had or has a 4, 5 or 6-year-old child surely remembers dozens of questions that his children asked him and that left him speechless. The curiosity and desire to know and learn that children have at this age is really surprising. Curiosity is innate in children and must be taken care of from birth so that they are capable of wanting to learn by themselves, since curiosity is the first step for children's learning.
Children have access to the Internet from their earliest stages. In many homes, smartphones, tablets or computers coexist naturally with other toys. In fact, it is very common for toy companies to develop specific computers for children with interactive games for children.
Stories, songs, games ... are excellent educational resources for children to learn the names of animals, colors or numbers. But also children's poetry! Therefore, we suggest a nice short poem with pictograms written by Marisa Alonso that allows us to work on these concepts with our children.